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A Democratic Security Policy? Prevention of Crime, Social Policies and the Disputes around the “Insecurity” in Argentina (2000-2010)

Emilio Jorge Ayos

This paper presents the outputs of a broader research. Such one has a general objective: to analyze the ways in which the link between living conditions and crime was reconstructed on social crime prevention policies in Argentina, during the first decade of 2000. We understand these linking as “overlap spaces” between social and criminal policies. This perspective allows us to look up for historical changes observed on social and criminal policies, in order to apprehend the process involved on social crime prevention policies. 

According to this, we hold a hypothesis: the development of crime preventive policies on the early 2000s emerged from the encounter of two processes: on one hand, the centrality that “workfare” assumes on the social policy field; on the other hand, the emergence of the idea of “democratic security policy”, focused on the principles of prevention and participation, on the crime policy field. By the end of the decade, the centralization of social security on the social policy field and the emergence of the idea that “democratic security policy” must be politically controlled, pointed the end of such strategic link.

Key words: Social Security; Social Policy; Democracy; Argentina

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